The best Tween advice there is to NEVER talk down to yourself…about yourself. It’s okay to wonder if people like you or even wonder if you fit in with everyone else at school, but talking down to yourself about yourself can literally make you sick. The more you do it, the sicker you get. Read more
To be one of the many Award Winning Childrens Books on the market today is cool, but the latest review for Saltwater Taffy is super SAWEET cool. The review of Saltwater Taffy by Dr. Karen P, a reviewer from Readers Favorite council who has spent a lifetime working with children and families, dissects the purpose of Saltwater Taffy down to a SAWEET T. She wrote a long review, but for the sake of your time, here is the first sentence in the review:
“Saltwater Taffy” by Eric Delabarre is one of the best children’s
books I’ve read in years!
Getting a childrens book review like this from someone who professionally counsels children is awesome. Being an award winning children’s book author is super cool awesome, but I am always thrilled when a reviewer really “gets” the purpose of this Middle Grade Adventure Novel.
As an author of books for kids, the one thing on my mind when I’m writing is to make sure I entertain the reader. The idea of inspiring a young mind is amazing. The possibilities are endless. Imagine creating a lasting impression on a young mind? An impression that can last a lifetime…is awesome!
Before we get to the 7 Simple Steps – How to Handle Peer Pressure, let’s talk about the super-secret ideal for anyone dealing with Peer Pressure: Stop worrying about being cool.
Children often wonder how to stop a bully. Should they tell a teacher? Should they tell their parents? The bigger question is why kids bully in the first place. I often wonder if we could stop the bullying before it starts by teaching our children to focus on something they love.
Yeah, I know…it sounds a little WOO-WOO to think love could be the secret to how to stop a bully, but you never know until you try. I mean, could we ignite the hearts and minds of our children so much so that they can’t even recognize the impulse to bully another?
What started out as a book tour in support of Saltwater Taffy, where I have had the privilege of speaking to over 10,000 kids nationwide, the Saltwater Taffy Tour is not just another author trying to sell a book, but a movement of literacy and education, a movement of creativity and desire, and quite simply, Read more
Saltwater Taffy’s 7 Study Secrets for Tweens can help you get amazing results today and carry all the way into college. One of the biggest hurdles for students is the fear of failure. I don’t think anyone wants to fail a test, but if you don’t study…